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, as well. some clouds into san jose, 57 degrees. 51 in santa rosa. 54 degrees and cloudy skies into san francisco. these temperatures really taking a nosedive today. yesterday, we had some 70s and mid-80s again. but that sea breeze kicking in these numbers are going to drop about 9 to 15 degrees from yesterday's highs. if you think today is cool, just wait until tomorrow. we are going to throw in some rain too. we'll have more on that coming up. l have more on that coming but right now let's check the roads with elizabeth. >> could have an interesting morning commute. right now, though, things are quiet. if you are heading into san francisco, from the east bay, this is a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. obviously no metering lights, still before 5:00 this morning. everything is cruising all the way across the upper deck. let's go to our other live traffic cameras. chp issued a travel advisory a few hours ago on the golden gate bridge. they say that fog is an issue and you can see it in our traffic camera this morning. limited visibility and they say it's on all the approaches, as
with police in san jose. despite being hurt in the gunfire an officer continued to chase down the suspects and make an arrest. cbs 5 reporter anne makovec was there where it started. >>> reporter: it's a wild story and convoluted. i'm here at one of the crime scenes. this is the scene of the shootout between the suspects and police. again, the good news, the officer that was shot is okay. one of the suspects is in custody. bad news is that a very raucous criminal is still on the loose. >> but needless to say rate now our primary focus is getting the second guy in custody. >> reporter: after a car and foot chase this is how it ended for one of two men accused of shooting a police officer in san jose last night hiding in a neighborhood that spent two hours on lockdown. >> it was crazy and scary. >> reporter: police say the men went on an armed robbery spree yesterday hitting up businesses and people at gunpoint in all four of these locations, police are also look into the possibility the two were involved in a murder. >> very violent suspects. they were both armed with firearms. and we had a
in a deadly crime spree in san jose. 26-year-old jonathan wilbanks was caught friday night after a series of robberies, police chase and shooting and a carjacking attempt that left one man dead. >> about 9:00 i hear a -- not continuous gunshots but maybe a little one after another. >> saw the victim's father up in the front and she was still in shock finding out that the son had been shot in front of the 7-eleven. >> police say wilbanks' alleged accomplice got away and is still on the run. the reward money is being offered for information that leads to his arrest. >>> menlo park police are looking for suspects in the city's second murder this year. 42-year-old man shot to death saturday night as he sat in a car with a woman in the 300 block of ivy drive. police say the suspects took the woman's purse and ran in separate directions. it's the third shooting this month in menlo park's bell haven neighborhood. >>> a new apology from the bishop of san jose. that's after a registered sex offender was allowed to volunteer at a school festival and now the church and the sheriff's office are tryin
a recently retired san jose police chief captain. >> we have people that maybe we could take a look at and forgo the process. and i think that the retired captain would be an outstanding selection for an ex-police chief. >> reporter: but the decision is not his. it belongs to the city manager who says that there will be no shortcuts. >> this is a critically important decision for the city of san jose. one of the most visible appointments that we have for them that make the appointments. we want to make sure that they listen to the community and that they are validating what we have heard before and to adjust anything that we'll need for the evaluation based on what we will be hearing now. >> reporter: and that search process is expected to cost the city of san jose $44,000. the process will continue throughout the week with the community meetings at various locations in san jose. the interview process will start up in january. and the new chief, they should be hired by the end of the month about the same time that chief chris moore steps down. reporting live in san jose, cbs 5. >>>
-bender on highway 87 in san jose clogged traffic for miles. at least three vehicles were involved but no indication of any serious injuries. >>> in santa clara county, no accidents but plenty of warnings and treacherous conditions heading into the mountains on highway 17. this is a shot of the roadway heading towards santa cruz and scotts valley. you can see how much water was on the road. >>> and in alameda county, the commute over the bay bridge this morning wasn't much better. here's some video our photographer took heading into san francisco. lots of rain and a few brake lights. >>> the storm still causing trouble on the roads. cbs 5 reporter da lin along the coast where flooding has shut down a stretch of the great highway. da. >> reporter: that's right. the great highway shut down in both directions. it has been shut down since this morning. and take a look. while that is part of the reason you can see there a lot of stranding water on the road, also take a look at the traffic signal pole there. it is buried in sand 7 feet deep because of the high winds blowing the beach sand over on to the
with police. one suspect was arrested, another still on the loose. cbs 5 reporter anne makovec is in san jose with the latest. >> reporter: the city is reeling from this crime, actually spanning several crime scenes. one of them behind me broken glass from the shootout with police in this intersection. the police officer who was shot is okay. but a gunman is still on the loose. >> our primary focus is getting the second guy in custody. >> reporter: after a chase by car and on foot this is how it ended for one of two men accused of shooting a police officer in san jose last night hiding in a neighborhood that spent two hours on lockdown. >> you know, it was crazy and it was scary. it was scary. >> reporter: police say the men went on an armed robbery spree yesterday hitting up businesses and people at gunpoint in all four of these locations. police are also looking into the possibility that the two were involved in a murder. >> very violent suspects. they were both armed with firearms. and we had a pretty good idea of what the vehicle looked like. >> reporter: police spotted it on highway 101
they still have mixed reviews. >> it's a bird, it's a plane, together, san jose airport staff say it's a deadly combination. >> if they intercept a bird upon departure or arrival here at our airport, it's streenlly dangerous -- extremely dangerous situation. >> reporter: airport staffers are taking a more aggressive approach in their battle against the birds. the city will vote on a proposed ordinance to allow employees and contracted biologists to shoot at birds to clear them from the air field. >> we trust the police officers in our cities with firearms, so if they're -- if they're protecting the passengers on the plane, that's what we need to do. >> reporter: but the idea of guns on the run ways doesn't fly with all the passengers. >> the issue if someone has a gun, where do the bullets end up. >> i think they should copy looking for -- i think that firearms is a little dangerous. >> reporter: san jose's airport currently uses krker guns or noise makers but that isn't working of the airport reported 180 bird strikes since 2009. now the fas a is requesting -- faais requesting st
valleys. 54 degrees now in san francisco. 57 in san jose. 51 in santa rosa. high pressure now giving way to that trough that's sitting along the coastline that's ushered in the sea breeze and cooler temperatures for today. these numbers taking a nosedive from yesterday's highs. in fact, yesterday we had some 70s and some 80s. today, a good 5 to 15 degrees cooler outside. and by tomorrow, even cooler and maybe some rain too. we'll talk more about that in a few minutes. let's check the roads with elizabeth. >> reporter: tomorrow morning could be slick. out the door right now dry and quiet. i think people are still recovering after last night's big election. everything so far, so good up the nimitz. this is a live look in the east bay. northbound traffic 15 minutes between 238 and the maze. to the south bay now these are live drive time sensors you can see traffic moving at the limit 280 guadalupe parkway and 101 and back towards the east bay a quick look through danville southbound 680 moving fine through the san ramon valley. that's traffic. back to you guys. >> thank you. >>> california
the new reward to catch a suspect in a violent san jose crime spree. >>> bombs shake gaza awake in one of the deadliest days yet. how world leaders are rushing to reach a truce. >> plenty of clouds in the skies. will we see rain? we'll talk about that coming up. >> things busy 101 through san jose. here's a live look. plus we have new accidents coming in from the chp. we'll tell you about it coming up. >> thank you, liz. good morning, everyone. it is monday, november 19. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time is 6:00. a manhunt is on for one of two suspects in a violent rampage through san jose. this morning, a reward is being offered to help find him. cbs 5 reporter elissa harrington is in san jose where in a few hours police will hold a press conference. >> reporter: behind me the small memorial for a 22-year- old man shot and killed during an attempted carjacking on friday night. he was sitting inside the vehicle in the 7-eleven parking lot on south kylie boulevard when he was approached by two men who were in the middle of a violent crime spree. here's one of thos
cuffs did it take? >>> san jose is in the middle of a search for its next police chief. councilman joining us next. >>> more democrats than ever in california. today we're asking what's next for republicans? we'll be right back. their muscles" ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, california goes blue in a bg way. wielding the power of e democratic supermajority in sacramento. and does this mean it's thed of the road for republicansn california. next - why it depends on who you ask. weather ad libs welcome back to eyewitness s this morning. the time is _ _ _. it's november 25-th. good morning, i'm phil mati. i'm anne makovec. a lot to k about in the next half-hour. (chat about stories, upcomig guests) another lethal weekend is lding in the streets o >>> everyone's prepping for christmas and a lot of people traveling today. a little foggy out there in spots. >> that's right. we're also going to be sitting down talking about the selection of the new police chief for san jose. meanwhile in other crime news, a lethal weekend unfolding on the streets of oakland. >> shootings have left at least two peopl
'm not making a comment now. so it is still a very hot issue. in antioch, phil matier, back to you. >>> san jose is asking for help in chosing the next police chief. there is meeting going on as we speak. but len ramirez learned that the city may have narrowed the field to a handful of front- runners. >> reporter: any time there is a job as important as the chief of police comes open, a lot of names come out. all of the names unofficial as the nationwide search begins. >> the fact that affective january 31st of next year i'll be retiring as chief. >> the surprise announcement after two years of chief of police comes at a critical time in san jose. crime is up and morale is low. >> our police department is falling apart. we have more people leaving. i think we have another two going to los gatos and three that went to redwood and three or four that went so santa cruz. >> a steady stream of officers quitting the department tops a long list of issues that will confront whoever is hired as the next chief. >> a lot of things is causing them to drop the morale beyond control and it is coming from city
. >> thank you. >>> families in san jose are shocked to find out about a registered sex offender who was volunteering at their school. >> cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran explains the twist that may have allowed him to be on campus. >> i put my daughter in this school expecting her to be protected. >> reporter: parents at saint francis cabrini are outraged that a sex offender was at a school event a month ago for the first time. in early october this man 51- year-old mark gurries was volunteering it the elementary festival when someone recognized him as a sex offender and told sheriff's deputies. he told the sheriff's office he had legal permission to be there in the form of a letter from a church official. >> i can't believe he was allowed on campus. >> reporter: that's the question. who signed this so-called form and is it legitimate? >> we want to make sure that the person who signed it exists and give mr.guris permission to be on school ground. >> reporter: parents are still waiting for answers. deputies say gurries has been cooperative. >> we're waiting confirmation by church offici
out here in the midtown section of san jose. this is near the corner of fruitdale avenue and lee avenue, where at 8:30 a fire broke out at the upper level of this apartment complex. someone was burning a fire in their fire place. it very quickly went to three alarms. the firefighters arrived, sprayed a lot of water on it. that's when they did an interior attack. one of the captains went inside and the roof partially collapsed on this captain, knocked him down. he suffered relatively minor to moderate injuries. they're not sure at this point. he went to the hospital. but six units were evacuated. six families had a very rough thanksgiving. we talked to one man. >> this is one heck of a thanksgiving for you, huh? >> yes, sir. but on the good side, my family is okay, and that's what i'm thankful for. it's a really bad feeling but we're okay, and that's the most important thing. >> reporter: fantastic attitude on this holiday. a lot of these firefighters are now in the mop-up phase. again, a three-alarm fire, nobody hurt except for that one firefighter. live in san jose, kiet do, cb
of any injuries. >>> a man suspected of murdering his wife in san jose was found dead late this afternoon. the body of 50-year-old troy nosenzo was found in his car in the county. police believe he committed suicide by overdosing on sleeping pills. they had been searching for him since his wife, patricia was found dead in their home early yesterday morning. >>> meantime, san jose residents are hoping a wave of burglaries will finally come to an end after a handful of arrests. a cbs 5 reporter patrick sedillo shows us police had some help in ending the crime wave. >> we have made phone calls about the suspicious behavior. >> reporter: the san jose police department has some new help that has always been there. neighborhood groups that are forming and informing the police on the bad guys. >> hopefully when we talk about partnering with the community, we're talking about a philosophy that law enforcement has embraced called community policing. >> reporter: it's paying off. recently sjpd arrested seven suspects on suspicion of burglary. working with residents of san jose. >> it has never been
several miles in san jose. t several miles in san jose. t includes a shootout with po. l on the >>> a wild and dangerous crime spree over several miles. includes a shootout with police. an armed suspect still on the loose. >>> rocket fire between israel and gaza appears to be quieting down. doppler radar tracking more rain in the bay area. plus a look at thanksgiving outlook with the pinpoint forecast. >> good eke. a series of robberies. a high speed chase and a gun battle with police. while one suspect was arrested another armed suspect is still on the loose tonight. how neighbors helped catch one of the gunmen. >> our primary focus is getting the second guy in custody. >> reporter: this is how it ended for one of two men accused of shooting a police officer last nigh. hiding in a neighborhood that's spent two hours on lock down. >> it was crazy. it was scary. >> reporter: police say the men went on an armed robbery free hitting up businesses and people at gunpoint. police are also looking into the possibility the two were involved in a murder. >> violent suspects. both
police in san jose are callg him "public enemy number inal.. and a da >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald. >>> good afternoon, everyone. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everybody. i'm frank mallicoat. police in san jose are calling him public enemy number one. a violent criminal and a danger to the community. >> after a weekend crime spree that left one man dead and a police officer injured, one suspect is still on the run. cbs 5 reporter elissa harrington is on the developing story. >> reporter: the city raised the reward money to $20,000. they are asking for the public's help in identifying this suspect and getting him off the streets before somebody else becomes a victim. this is who police are looking for, a man in his early 20s, 5'10" to 6 feet tall who officers call armed, dangerous and a threat to the community. police say he and 26-year-old jonathan wilbanks, who is in custody, went on a slight rampage friday night killing a man and injuring an officer. >> these were heinous crimes perpetrated by two individuals who have no regard for human life. >> reporter: th
assessment in the deadly san jose crime spree is in custody. how friends and family are remembering the victim. >> and in the world of weather, we are starting out with a world of fog in the bay area. dense fog advisories are posted. that will change as the day goes on and so will the weather, midweek. we will have the details. >> and way it may be time to think small for your holiday shopping. why your neighborhood businesses probably need a lot more love than just one year. >>> thank you for joining us. i am anne makovec. >> and i am bill clinton. we have -- matte. we -- bill ma tear. we have a lot of new to talk about. on the verge of going out of business what, does it mean for marketing, eating and jobs. >>> i am phil matier. a second suspect is now in custody in a deadly crime spree in san jose. >> yes. friends and family are honoring a 22-year-old victim this weekend. police used this sketch to track down a suspect. he is 15, hiding at a home in concord. 's minor and booked now in jew nile hall. his name has not been released since he is a minor. this is a cervical photo o
or congratulate him. >> thank you. >>> a victory for san jose state students to learned a reallies son in politics last night. -- a real-life lesson in politics last night. their class project turned into a new minimum wage in san jose. len ramirez reports. >> reporter: san jose state has a long history of social activism and you can't help but notice that as you walk around campus but now this current crop of students with minimum wage has an accomplishment all their own. a day after the passage of measure d, a celebration for the san jose state students who made it all happen. >> waiting for the results to come in was like christmas. >> super excited. it's like something we did is right there on that little ticker right there. >> reporter: not just on the elections ticker but a law to raise the minimum wage in san jose from $8 to $10 an hour is soon to be officially on the books. >> we didn't have any money. you know, when we started, we just had an idea. >> reporter: measures d started out in the classrooms and the hallways of the sociology department of san jose state, to increase pay for the
into san jose this morning. been watching this cell making its way further southward. a few minutes ago in milpitas, now into san jose and alum rock. looks like it's what we'll expect to see throughout the day today as we seal scattered showers, then sunshine, a more scattered showers possible. we may get the back side of this system you can see one little wave of energy moving through here. that drags through overnight bringing thunderstorms. behind that we dry out. but there's more to the north and that's the going to slide in our direction in the latter part of the day and overnight tonight. temperatures chilly outside right now. only 30s in toward the santa rosa area. you have 40s elsewhere. by the afternoon these numbers staying well below the average. it will be a chilly day usually we are in the 60s and 70s, today wow it's going to be cold only highs in the 50s, elizabeth. bundle up. >> i know. yeah. pack your chains if you are heading up to the sierra and be extra careful on the roads. it's slick everywhere include at the bay bridge toll plaza. delays now at least in those outer
in livermore, foggy 54 in san francisco, low clouds into san jose at 56 degrees. looks like that ridge of high pressure that brought the nice weather is giving way and that trough beginning to dig in off the coastline so some much cooler temperatures on the way for today. yesterday, we had some 70s and 80s once again. today in the afternoon, these numbers only in the 60s. maybe the low 70s. and a chance of rain is on the way, too. we'll have more on that in a moment. right now let's check with elizabeth in traffic. >> right now we are enjoying drive weather. quiet on the roads until just the last few minutes. word of an accident an overturn possible injury crash southbound 17 approaching hamilton avenue. that's in campbell leaving san jose. two lanes are blocked southbound highway 17. northbound looks okay and if you are traveling in the east bay, this is a live look at the nimitz 880 through oakland, past the oakland coliseum. still free and clear and no fog to slow you down. that's a different story in milpitas. you can see this better now. westbound 237 leaving milpitas towards san jose 7 m
on the run after a deadly san jose crime spree now has a hefty price on his head. friday night's 90 minutes of mayhem included four armed robberies, a deadly carjacking attempt, and a police shootout. cbs 5 reporter len ramirez spoke with a friend of the man. the victim had the car less than a day? >> a couple of hours. he had just bought the vehicle earlier in the day and later that night he was charged in it. it took the life of one young man and almost took the life of a police officer. >> reporter: steven mosley can't believe it's true. his good friend aspiring hip- hop artist rory parkpettiford was just alive and well, the next day he was gone. shot dead in an attempted carjack, at a 7-eleven. >> he was here just picking up some drinks. it jus sucks, somebody just running up and do that. >> reporter: it began friday night at 7:40 p.m. police say masked suspects robbed a little caesar's pizza an story road in san jose, then a gas station, a jack-in-the- box and a spa before they tried to change cars by stealing the bmw at 7-eleven on kylie road in west san jose. after this shooting an
very hotly contested votes in san jose. tonight. a david and goliath showdown over raising the minimum wage. it is winning, 57% to 43%, winding handily right now. it would impact 50,000 san jose workers by increasing the minimum wage from 8 to $10 an hour. that's with 14% of the precincts reporting. >> this originated as a chas project from san jose state. but it has turned into a heavy weight battle. >> reporter: the folks here at local labor unions like the way it is going tonight with measure d. the south bay labor council is a powerful coalition of unions. they were careful not to call it a victory speech but if this passes it will touch a lot of lives. >> anyone know what this means tonight? 50,000 people in san jose, the tenth largest city in the country, are going to get a raise. [ cheering ]. . >> another 20,000 people are going to see their pay increase because the people they're managing are making more money. 70,000 people's lives are going to get better. >> reporter: and so again, it would have a ripple effect. the bosses of all those people working and managing those minim
. >>> a man accused in a deadly crime spree in san jose now says he is sorry. the man was in court today even as police are still looking for his partner in last friday's rampage. cbs 5 reporter len ramirez on the why showing remorse now probably won't help his case much. >> reporter: this is something you rarely hear from a public defender that the client is remorseful but he didn't say exactly what's remorseful for as this death penalty case gets under way. >> jonathan wilbanks... >>> reporter: wearing the red pullover and shackles of a man accused of murder, jonathan wilbanks walked to his first court appearance with his head down. he is accused of killing a man during an attempted carjacking and wounding a san jose cop after a string of armed robberies but he did not enter a plea. >> no thank you. >> reporter: outside, his court- appointed lawyer spoke to wilbanks' state of mind. >> extremely remorseful. >> reporter: wilbanks and an accomplice allegedly robbed four san jose businesses at gunpoint last friday night then killed 22-year-old rory parkpettiford while attempting to carjack him
problem. a shortage of police officers. facing lower wages and cut benefits, more officers in san jose are resigning. there are new less than 1,000 officers in that department available for full duty. and only 70% of those are out on the street. cbs 5 reporter kid doe says there is a silver lining. >> reporter: he caught a burglar red-handed in his bedroom. >> surprising. you don't expect somebody in your home that doesn't belong there. >> reporter: he used to be the neighborhood watch vice president and says there have been about 10 break-ins in the past six months. >> we're a very large city with a very small force. when things go wrong, we need officers there to support us and be the law. >> reporter: san jose police have written a special memo to the city. >> the numbers are not good. and they are not going to be good for some time. >> reporter: they went from a high of 1 four 20 officers to 194 today -- 1,094 today. minus detective, the port staff, and administration, you're left with just 583 officers for patrol. >> there is no wiggle room. any time you move personnel out of here
scrary. >> and it unfolded over several miles across san jose. the choice, the shoot-out and the search for a gunman still at large. >> it really has a lot of potholes. >> and that's just one of the possibilities. what happens now that your local government is taking mountains of information and making it public? >>> good evening. i'm ann notarangelo. we want to start with a quick update on the developing situation in the middle east. right now, there is a lull in the rocket fire between israel and benghazi and cease fire efforts appear to be gaining moment towm. despite that, israel is still preparing for a ground war. gaza says 12 people were killed there today. so far, 42 palestinians have been killed as well as three israeli civilians since the fighting began four days ago. now, they are trying to negotiate an end to the five- day conflict. >> for the sake of the president and the muslim brotherhood running egypt, they want to consolidate power and to get their economy running. they don't want a war to be starting on their doorstep at a time when they are not in f
see light showers in towards san jose. campbell you're seeing some showers in that direction as well, dragging up from the santa cruz mountains. and also parts of the east bay. as we head throughout the morning we'll watch this breaking up and the rain will end. still some lingering clouds behind this cold front so slow clearing but as we get into the latter part of the day a little more sunshine and then things drying off nicely. a good warning trend setting up. mostly cloudy skies if you are headed out the door. of the temperatures fairly mild this morning in the 50s and 60s. but we could see some 80s coming up in the next few days. we'll talk about that and the rest of the weather. right now, let's check the slick roads with elizabeth. >> that's right. all right, let's go outside. we'll show you what it looks like on the san mateo bridge. both directions look good westbound and eastbound 92 still 14 minutes. no delay there. to the maps, through livermore more this is our problem spot. look at that. our line of red traffic sensors meaning speeds below 25 miles an hour. unfortunatel
at san jose state has raised the city's minimum wage now. measure d passed last night with 59% of the vote but not everyone is happy about it. cbs 5 reporter elissa harrington shows us the impact there on business. >> reporter: anyone who has worked for minimum wage knows it can be rough especially living in a city where the average cost of a one-bedroom apartment is around $1,700 a month. >> didn't pay my bills and it took me away from solving my other problems. i was going around like a hamster in a circle. >> reporter: so san jose residents voted in favor of measure d, raising minimum wage here from $8 an hour to 10. but workers like johnnie garcia at peanuts deluxe cafe across from san jose state university -- >> it will make a difference in my life. i'll have more money for me to help myself with the rent or other bills. >> reporter: but for the owners -- >> very tough for small businesspeople. >> reporter: peanuts has been a college area staple for 30 years run by this man and his wife. chang says the extra $2 an hour now means less hours for employees and longer days
are still struggling and we're seeing and feeling the effects every day. police officers in san jose, for instance, are resigning instead of putting up with lower wages and lower benefits. there are now less than 1,000 police officers available for full duty, and only 70% of those are out in the street. it's bad. kiet do says there may be a silver lining. >> reporter: clark has a front- row seat to san jose's rising crime rate, when he caught a burglar red-handed in his bedroom. >> you don't expect somebody in your home that doesn't belong there. >> reporter: he used to be the neighborhood watch vice president. he says there have been about ten break-ins in the area in the past six months. he said with fewer cops on the streets, prowlers are getting bold. >> when things go wrong, we need officers there to support us. >> reporter: san jose police have written a special memo to the city about the police shortage. >> the numbers are not good. >> reporter: over the past decade, sjpd went from a high of 1,420 officers to 1024 today. it now drops down to 978. minus detectives, support staf
sutter hospitals and for today only at two hospitals in san jose run by another company. replacement nurses have been brought in. >>> we are following breaking news. cal football coach jeff tedford has been fired. athletic director sandy barber will hold a news conference to discuss his dismissal at 3 p.m. today. cal went 3-9 in the first year back at a renovated memorial stadium. and the final two games were lopsided losses to oregon and oregon state where the bears gave up 100-plus points. cbs 5's sports director dennis o'donnell tells us that cal is targeting hue jackson as a replacement. the former raiders head coach who coached at cal back in the '90s just keep tuned to cbs 5 for the latest on this developing story. >>> we're conducting these surgical operations against terrorists at a time when our own population is being bombarded by rocket attacks. >> rockets rained down in gaza for the 7th straight day but a cease-fire may be hours away. hamas leaders say they have reached a truce but israel says, quote, it's not there yet. once thought to be too far away for the range of th
.com/weather. >>> a fire ripped through a south bay camper today. cbs 5 reporter elissa harrington is in san jose with the good man is who saved the women inside. >> reporter: frightening moments for the two women inside this camper when it caught on fire. but thanks to that good samaritan, they made tout alive. here's some video taken by a cbs 5 viewer who saw this happen. this camper is parked on santiago avenue near tully road. now here's some video of the good samaritan. he is an employee with the evergreen school district who didn't want to be interviewed. he was driving through the area making rounds because there is a school across the street and he saw flames and heard screaming. that man got out of his car, broke the windows to the camper and forced open the door. he also tried to extinguish the flames himself using a garden hose. two women inside got out safely although one did suffer burns to her hands. the other smoke inhalation. they had been lighting candles to stay warm when they fell asleep. >> it's just one of those things during the holidays and around cold time that we burn can
services is looking into that latest incident. >>> the san jose police department is now getting new help from neighbors who are stepping up to the plate. neighborhood watch groups are forming and informing authorities about suspicious activity. recently, police arrested seven burglary suspects working with residents of san jose, all the result of people keeping their eyes and ears open. >> we always keep our eyes open for cars we don't or we are not familiar with, people we are not familiar with. we do try to keep in contact with our neighbors. >> there are dozens of websites and chat rooms devoted community watch. police say if you do see something suspicious, call 911 and don't take the law into your own hands. >>> new this morning, two people are dead and two homes completely destroyed in an explosion in indianapolis. the blast happened last night. witnesses say it was loud and thunderous and that residents say the neighborhood now looks like a war zone, with dozens of homes damaged. at least 200 people were taken to shelters. the cause of the explosion is under investigation. >>> and
of the bridges for quite a while. this is san jose. we sent photographers out, this is one o of the clear spots. let's go to the map. here's that fog we've been talking about, this is across the golden gate bridge, a little bit slow right now on the approach between 580 and the toll plaza. you can see the headlights there. this is back to work after a while for some folks. if you're heading toward ffo, this is what it looks like on 101. past campbell, it looks okay as far as accidents, no major road work to slow you down. 280 is pretty quiet as well. interstate 80, they have issued a dense fog advisory for the carcinas bridge. particularly when you get a little bit further north heading toward vacaville, davis, cp noticed it's especially thick in spots there. milpitas, 880, coming around that bend, so far so good out toward san jose. that is a check of the time saver traffic. >>> the numbers this morning, we're starting out at least a little bit warmer than we have lately because with the low clouds acts as a blanket, in the low 50s in oakland, and in the headlines we'll be looking at the fog t
san francisco 41-mile-per-hour wind gusts, oakland 35 miles per hour, san jose 32. we are now in between weather systems. cbs 5 hi-def doppler showing completely dry conditions right now this break will last until tomorrow afternoon. that's a nice chunk of time we'll be without rainfall. then here comes the heavy stuff that's going to hit north of the golden gate first. and then we all will share in that heavy rainfall by friday morning. it's going to get sloppy, punch numbers 2 and 3 from mother nature involving tropical moisture. i have colored it in green. it's going to be carried into the bay area by a strong area of low pressure and several inches of rainfall still likely beginning friday and lasting through the weekend. let's talk specifics now. sonoma county still looking at 6 to 9" of total rainfall by monday. marin county less but a lot. 6" in alameda county. santa clara county 2 to 5." so flooding is a possibility with rainfall totals like that. we'll talk more about the specific timing and when that sunshine going to coming back coming up. >> thank you. >>> the wet
are. very interesting setup. let me show you hi-def doppler. look at san jose. if you are watching in san jose, rain, what rain? you have the santa cruz mountains just down to your south and west and that's putting up a wall in the atmosphere preventing that rain from making it to you. where we do not have that wall, which is the rest of the bay area, it is soggy and very soggy right now in portions of marin county. in a matter of just about two or three minutes, it will be raining a lot more intensely in san rafael and tiburon already seeing some of that heavier rainfall for mill valley. portions of san francisco and the peninsula south to daly city the bayview district getting heavy rainfall and farther north towards saint helenena, santa rosa, healdsburg, you're picking up steady rainfall, as well. i'm showing you these areas in the north because down towards san jose, hayward, union city, not much rain. it's raining on the bay bridge now with temperatures around 60. oakland at 60, san jose 63. santa rosa 55. here's the setup. that low pressure area that we have been watching fo
four others in the hospital. the man hunt for the suspect wanted in his wife's death in san jose is over. how it came to an end late this afternoon. >>> and just how low will it go? the neighborhoods that will be freezing tonight with your pinpoint forecast. >>> good evening, i'm ann notarangelo. it is not something you expect when you put a family member into assisted living. two people living at the folden age villa in placer county died after eating soup made with mild mushrooms, don knapp on the mistake. >> reporter: on tuesday, a caregiver here picked some mushrooms found growing on the property and fed it to residents in a soup. two are now dead and four others including the caregiver are hospitalized. >> we ha no comment. >> can you just tell me what happened? >> no. thank you. >> thank you. >> reporter: it's a sad story but not unique. those here at the san francisco call center of the california poison control system have heard it often. especially this time of year. >> we get them almost every year where people go out, picking wild mushrooms. and wind up picking these d
. a small memorial is there for the san jose rest denied 22- year-old rory park petty ford. police have one person this custody. here's his picture. 26-year-old jonathan wilbanks was arrested on friday night. he was caught after a series of robberies, a police chase, shooting and carjacking attempt that left a man dead. here's a map that shows the path of this violent crime spree. wilbanks's alleged acome police got away but together they committed four robberies on friday at a little caesar's pizza on story road, gas station on east capital, a jack- in-the-box on curtner avenue and the spa on bird avenue. around 9:00 the pair tried to carjack 22-year-old rory in the seven eleven parking lot and shot him dead. police then spotted the car on highway 101 near interstate 280 and chased it through town. the suspects got out and opened fire on the officers. about >> about 9:00 i heard gunshots. >> saw the victim up in the front and in shock after finding out his father -- that his son had been shot in front of seven learn. >> reporter: police returned fire and hit wilbanks. one officer was treat
is accused of killing a man during an attempted carjacking and wounding a san jose cop after a string of armed robberies but he did not enter a plea. >> no thank you. >> reporter: outside, his court- appointed lawyer spoke to wilbanks' state of mind. >> extremely remorseful. >> reporter: wilbanks and an accomplice allegedly robbed four san jose businesses at gunpoint last friday night then killed 22-year-old rory parkpettiford while attempting to carjack him in the parking lot of a 7-eleven. later when tailed by a police patrol car, the crime partners allegedly stopped, got out and fired on the officer several times grazing his gun belt and disabling his service weapon. after another brief chase, wilbanks crashed his car and was arrested while his partner escaped on foot. the district attorney says the crime spree could land wilbanks in prison for the rest of his life or worse. >> the murder of rory parkpettiford is potentially a life without the possibility of parole or a death penalty charge. so there's not much you can do to somebody of that. but the attempted murder of a police of
of cancelled flights has doubled. airports at oakland and san jose are smaller and of course have clearer skies. they have either stayed nearly the same or in some cases are doing even better than 10 years ago on delays and cancellations. so it's not going to help sfo for this storm. but officials say this next gen, next generation as they call it, technology, will only work if all the planes in the sky at a given time have the technology. so otherwise, they go back into that familiar holding pattern. >> all right, joe vazquez at sfo, thank you. >>> heavy fog may have been a factor in a crash that killed a peninsula high school student. 14-year-old laila was hit by an suv as she rode her bike to woodside high school yesterday. she and the driver were both making a right turn at a redwood city intersection. but police say at this point it does not appear that either of them did anything wrong. they are looking into as i say whether the thick fog and poor visibility may have played a role. >>> so was einstein right? can you be in two places at once? a bay area politician under fire for some quest
disparity. our computer predicts 10 times as much rainfall in san rafael than compared to san jose. so farther north the more rain you will receive. wait until you see how much sunshine i have in the forecast. that's coming up in about 10 minutes. >>> in the headlines, the pilot of a small plane walked away from from this crash around the san rafael airport. the pilot was the only one aboard. no word on the cause. >>> thieves took 27 computers from a bayview elementary school. the staff at george washington carver elementary school saw the desktop computers were missing this morning when they got to work. the computers were not insured. so the school is looking for donations so they can buy replacements. >>> nurses are on strike at ten bay area hospitals. the key issues include staffing levels and whether nurses can have paid sick leave. the walkout is planned for two days at 8 sutter hospitals and for today only at two hospitals in san jose run by another company. replacement nurses have been brought in to make up the difference. >>> the port of oakland could be re-opening in an hour
road location in east san jose are also targeted. >>> now that black friday is here we are looking ahead to cyber monday and for tips on how to save online go to our website, cbssf.com/cybermonday. >> we are already looking forward to cyber monday. >> or if you're elizabeth it's deep navy blue friday. >> very good. yes. >> we have been talking about traffic and sending chopper 5 to area malls on 880 towards westfield mall in san francisco. so yeah, you know, it's actually lighter than typical commuter friday where a lot of people are heading off to work but we are seeing some businessier conditions. if you're heading towards the bay bridge, traffic looks good into san francisco. but again, right around that union square area. we are seeing a lot of traffic tie-ups on city streets. may have been lines of the freeway no lights there. >> 880 in oakland free and clear this morning past oakland airport and the coliseum. continues to move well towards highway 92 and hayward. if you are heading towards paragon outlets and livermore we know that's going to be a popular spot throughout the
on paid administrative leave and we know that the mandied was a 37- year-old from san jose. one of the officers has been with the police department more than 20 years. the other is a three-year veteran. there are still a lot of unanswered questions this morning. we do not know why that man was naked, what provoked the attack, and what he was doing here in the first place. we know his wife was staying in this house with a roommate. the public information officer with fremont police says she believes this is the first officer-involved shooting of the year. this morning, central avenue is closed from glenmore drive. in fremont, elissa harrington, cbs 5. >>> it's the final day of campaigning for the two major presidential candidates. almost to the finish line. both men are hitting that important battleground state of ohio today. the "associated press" says it appears president obama has an edge toward the 270 electoral votes needed to win. it will likely come down to these six swing states represented by 83 electoral votes. here that talk about that susan mcginnis with a look at whe
shopper told me she and her family drove up from san jose just after thanksgiving dinner. >> it's all about the rush, you know? got to be here for the rush. got to get in with the crowd. it's really fun. so it's part of like culture, i guess, of thanksgiving. >> these outlets opened just two weeks ago. since then, it's been inundated with shoppers and cars. there's been a big traffic backup along the roadways and it doesn't look like it's going to ease up anytime soon. back out live here, you would forget that it's 5:00 in the morning because there are so many people just sort of walking around the stores here. you think that, no, they would be asleep. no, they are out here trying again to cash in on the deals and it's black friday but again, what's black friday? the stores opened at 10:00 last night. so i guess they are wasting no time. live in livermore, back to you guys. >> thank you. >>> a lot of best buy stores opened at midnight as you probably heard including one in san jose, santana row. >> whoo! >> and away they go. many people camped out for days to be among the first throug
of solid job growth and technology in san jose and san francisco. >> if there is a potential recession on the horizon, companies are not going to expand. they're not going to spend the money on hiring new employees. they may cut more employees and we're back to square one in trying to get the economy going. >> reporter: but the political battle could stand in our way. the fight over taxes is looming. democrats want families making more than $250,000 a year to pay more. republicans reject that idea. they want cuts to entitlement programs and are pushing tax reforms that close loopholes and eliminate some deductions. congress returns to washington next week, but frank, michelle, it's likely lawmakers will push closing the deal right up to the deadline. cate cauguiran, cbs5. >>> a record number of people are lining up outside one san jose food pantry. as anne makovec reports, they may need help this year but many standing in line hope to return the favor some day. >> i've been here for hours and hours. >> reporter: the line stretched for blocks all morning along in front of say sacred har
, no you don't! take a step forward and chase what matters. san jose has ended in a shootout. police have established a comm >>> and we have breaking news. a police chase in san jose has ended in a shoot-out. police have established a command post on daytona drive. this all started when officers spotted a car wanted in several robberies. it turned into a chase that ended with the suspects firing at the officers in east san jose. one officer was slightly injured. he was hit by either gunfire or flying glass. the suspects are still on the loose and police are still looking for them. we'll keep you posted. >>> they're calling it the bust of a lifetime, but a bay area police officer had to ditch his wife at her own birthday dinner to make it. the oakland police officer, ernesto leyva, was off duty last night, having dinner with his wife at ruth's chris steak house in san francisco. and that's when he spotted one of oakland's most wanted, 20- year-old ronnie flenaugh, a notorious gangster wanted for murder, shootings, robberies, and all sorts of other things. >> what drew the attention to the
a traditional dinner. donation are are down at second harvest food bng in san jose during their busiest time of the year. they're looking for all kinds of food, but most of all turkeys. >> turkey donations have been slow to come in. i think that's because most people were thinking about the giants or the election and i understand that, but with thanksgiving a week early, we really do immediate some help. >> reporter: they need 12,000 turkeys total and only have half of that. at sacred heart, they need 4,000 turkeys. so far there's just 62 in the back freeze erbe. >> right now, we don't have all the food we need. that's part of why we want to get the message out. >> reporter: part of the message that second harvest provides food to 250,000 people every month. >> that's literally one in ten people in our two counties. >> reporter: and cash donations are also needed. $1 can provide two meals. >> we got to make sure we keep bringing to people there's hope. >> reporter: if you would like to make a doe he nation, go to one of the food pantries or come right to second harvest. they'll have exte
ayers, cbs 5. >>> the san jose priest has resigned in the fallout over a letter allowing a sex offender to volunteer at the school festival. he said that he had a letter from the diocese, allowing him to be on campus, even though he's on probation from molesting a relative. when confronted at the festival, the father defended him. but the bishop says that the letter to his probation officer was unauthorized. the letter said in part that he was informed that he could continue to participate in parent functions of the school and parish that do not involve the regular unsupervised contact rather with children, youth, or vulnerable adults. and in a statement today, the diocese said that the father will not be reassigned within the diocese. >>> a man arrested at the oakland airport for wearing a suspicious looking watch won't be facing any criminal charges. this is the watch that the man tried to take past the security check point last thursday. the toggle switch, fuses, wires got the attention of the tsa. the 49-year-old was arrested and the terminal was evacuated. >> people that give me co
7/11 store in san jose where this all happened. speaking with the victims dad about his son's final moments and the suspect who is still on the loose. >> reporter: in the final seconds of his life. his dad saw this man and another suspect running towards him wearing a mass and can a mask and a gun. >> the gunman tried to open the door and he couldn't get the door open. he stepped back and shot into the car. that was my understanding from the young man that was with him. rory looked at him and said his name. and then he just died. >> it was all part of a violent crime spree that started with four armed robberies within an hour friday night. one shown here in the surveillance video. >> an officer sat in this patrol car. the officers utility belt shows how a bullet punctured the pepper spray canister causing it to explode. one of the bullets pierced the holster and damaged the magazine. jonathan will banks crashed the car and was arrested. he was bloody after getting hit twice in the gun battle but still struggled with officers. a 20,000-dollar reward to catch the second suspect. >> t
in redwood city and .2" in san jose. so it looks like things settling down here and if you are traveling, not bad, no delays at sfo to report. some partly cloudy skies across the country looking good, too. we have a couple of clouds but 81 degrees and warm in houston. 75 in denver. 59 degrees in chicago. even new york just a couple of leftover clouds, 50 degrees. right now smooth sailing so far, guys. that's the latest from here. back to you. >> we'll take it that way. okay, lawrence, thanks. >>> a man is dead after being struck by two cars while he was crossing a busy san jose intersection this morning. as cbs 5 reporter anne makovec explains, police are still piecing together clues to find one of the drivers who fled the scene. >> a lot of accident happen in here many time before. >> reporter: a neighborhood that has seen two pedestrians die this year is trying to make sense of a hit-and-run. it was dark and rainy at 6 a.m. when a man crossing alum rock was hit. the driver kept going leaving the man lying in the road. seconds later a second vehicle hit him. >> at approximately 6:14 a.m
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